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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EX-PREMIER GILLiOTTI MAY FORM CABINET ouu'.ieut Oil tlie ium today refUvuxi unite RCU- t'raUy thu viou- that the man who would ultimately have to bo M'U'cied to succeed Signer NUli as premier Konuer Premier OtllioiU. v Bo.V Walks Without Steel Brace im whivh one was riveted to a His Rheu- prayer rose high, the matic Fever. I was removed and the new shoes _________ Amidst Ihi- ringing appTause I ir-ars of the large crowd the boy wjtk-[ Yesterday at the curling rink re-! down atoiiK lho front dem-; rival was a record-breaking day in whfl the of Clod Itiul :t lults. The evangelUI. Mrs. Amiro done. he an-! his moiher walked; McPherson, irhile bleasfd JOKU middle isle fnnn Ihe rink nul a strong constitution, is becoming al- Wils Jiscemablo. I most eihuufted by continual petitions: who lo about[ tor r. Kor more than two hours oW ani, who deadly I afternoon a tarwanl to the altar rZinr.be sul of kept Prtymg for the afflicted. i vCrvhVpv and action. Th, Some sights were beheld which sff-ai tollowti! wns somewhat: would exact lho sympathy of almost and .-oinical. yet. uiy hardened Ekovtli-. One sldOTJlb, mixed with uathoi. The; brought her crippled bny who ap- tnjwil laughed.; pwrisl to be about years "M-' prai'cd C.orl The man's face To prove Ibut she had faith for his with a ju-w shine was; received of any damage from grass- leillng, another pair of shoes wns he walked Muni: i hoppers cast nnd soulh of Lethbrldgo. brought along to replace the old President Marnorh of Board of I Hc'has sent u telegram to Mr. Atche- Tratle Tells Officials of Darn- department of jthe P. H-. fnvilliij; him to make a ilge. Done and Urges bpeed in I personal Investigation o( the ,OT Getting-li N Project Started. wlth a Informing othur than u urlvata dwelling I company about the need for house; G. R. .Marnoth looks on tho recent windstorm as a gond boost trrlga- Ik'tt and tonigbt will send telegrams to officials in appealing for assistance In gelling the l.ethbridge Northern project rushed lo a speedy Mr. Marnoch announced In the board of trade meeting Thurs- day that he will take this action. While reviewing the situation that exists iu southern lion as soon as It can be obtained. Whether w not any good will come from hh efforls he would not make any prophecy but there is a possibility that the government officials In Otta- wa may be belter able to act with this Information in their hands. W. A. Buchanan will also bo communicated with. A. J. McLean, provincial mln- i..-.. Ister of public with H. A. Craig. Tuesd-.iy Seems To Have Done Most Harm, However. to date no reports hive been lowing Ihs windstorm. Mr. Marnochlln Lethlirldge the day of the storm slateil that roost of Ihe damage was nnd toured the district the nexl day dono in tho section included In the land were able to obtain evidence, first I.elhliridga Northern district. As I'ur-'handed. L. C. Charleswortli, chair- pie. Springs and 1'lucher had rain the [man ot the Irrigation council, was also day before the windstorm no land i In Lothurldge, and district thoj day. changed location. West of the Litlle How ihe damnge was great, larly around Iron Springs. 'Arunndj Al Ihe reccnl gala performance at. Rcliaw farmers are. said to have snf-'he 1'aris Opera it was iippareul that fcred East ot Slit-ling the'wind doom of (he extreme back ileeol not damage the crops. I lllia and this was old pair., lhe (ronl hl.. tiplifted i Tho futworms leco'mins Quite ac- j "Mr jiarnoct, hazarded the opinion! replaced in Ihe majority''ot the gowns in his testimony. Ihk; alul' IVUUjis Uiive -been received I thai a rain 'within the neit day lho square front rtecbllotage, tor _ 1 nt mi- rl tvi r Wlfl> Will [IP SO i i .1___________imiffi U'tirn conn n-HK ulnavpAC! Stops Hair Coming Out; Doubles Its Beauty. P6'; -A ten- cents buys "Danderiuo." an application ol "Danderlno" rou can not find a fallen hair or any tandniff, rjesides every nair shows life, vigor, brightuesi, more col- >r and my dear i sumdtns. A lailv present who person- 'ally knew him that he hten helpless for two years and thai two doctors had given him up in- cuvable. In his glee he finally decided i lo break through the crowd for Home. I after ashing pernili-slon of Mrs. Me- I I'herson as to whether he could go I home and bring his wife back. Ho went away cherishing his new-found treasure with a light heart. Some cases of deafness were next dealt with. One girl from (he Salva- tion Army who was conspicuously deaf has Leen constanlly Improving since yesterday afternoon. Another laily i who had been practically stone deaf I lestlfled that for the nrst time In her life she heard' the tick ot a watch. 1 Many.of the other cases consisted of internal disorders where It is not I tirely clear as to the extent of their delivery. Others 'went avrny appar- ently unhelped. Some olhers came hack at night to report Improvement or total victory. Considerable interest is being mani- IcsteU-in these meetings by some of the lending citizens of the city who are.in regular attendance. amage done by various points between yurdett ana I Medicine h r I pi IP Tj Grasshoppers-have not yel made i rQI-il If I Ihclr appearance, along ihe line be-j Lu 1UUL' I [thai a rain within the next day lho square front rtecbllotage, :two might show that'the damage, us, dresses were seen with sleeves now estimuted; will not bo as greal. without. FARMER FINED JW AS IN BARN ST. John Crowe. H farmer near Snilth- ville. was fined {1MO by the Convention Recesset Magistralo there today Oecause CHICAGO. June await- barrels ot whiskey were- ing the report of the platform comuiil- iound in his barn when the jiu- lee the Repuhlican national conveulloii llce'called. If he'hud kept the held 'a brlet session this morning and liiiuor.iu his cellar he xvonld much to ihe :disappointment ot have' been all right, according the galleries, tooV a recess until 4 lo the but he had it in oVloirk this atte'raoou. When tho con- venllou assembled Ihe platform com- -vns engaged In the strucglo j over the pliuik ou the peace treaty It looked ik5 It much time would lOSt There was a consideration of plans lo go uheiiO with nominating speeches while awaiting the platform report. I SOVIET TRADE EFFORTS NOT PROGRESSING WELL T 1 but there was abjection to that and June opinion Is U waK abandoned. gi-owlug that the negotiations between While ihe convention Husslnrt trado envoys and Ihe British I wero debatlnB w'hat .lo do the wonl OtficialS are not as smooth- t-anio frnin Uiwil' that the nlat- ly toward a sMtKaclorw Issue as -M. jform sub-i-ommlilee had agreed on a Krassin's renlal of an office and resi- report, and a few minutes later Sena- deuce would sjbeni to Indicate. 1'er-Uor of Illinois, one of the sons closely concocted with botli sides t members, appeared on ot the preliminaries of the trade re opening, said Ibis alternuon lhal they would not be surprised it there was an abrupt breaking .off ot lliese negotia- tions a lew' clays. Executive to Meet in London on June With Menace of Holshcviki. PARIS. June cxecullve council of the league of nations, it is confirmed, will meet in London on June 14 to examine the question of the A POLICY IN THE farmers Fire Ins. Ge. Either on your buildings or on your crop, protects you agamst all loss and gives you security that is worth many times its cost, even though you should be so fort- unate never to have a loss. Place your application with local agent in yonr town or with us, Suite B, Oliver Dtock, or write us. Box S9C, Ixithbridge. PHONES 455 AND 644 The Farmers Fire Hail Ins. Co. A. N. KESSLER, DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE Iween Lcthbriclge and Calgary, bnl cutworms have tlpr-.c damage iu that If-rritory. Information was received from orouml Taher thai damage, esti- mated al 10 per cent, of Ihe crop, had heea done by culwfirms. No grass- huiipers have been noticed between LethbrWge and Ihe Crow's Nesl Pass, in the vicinity ot Monarch, where slight damage has been report- ed. Along this line cutworms have done some damage. Reports continue Iu reach (he city In regard to. damage by the recent wind and dnst storm. Around Com- merce, and Irim Springs, reports this morning indicated that Ihe damage' Intervention ot Ihe league in the mit- will probably he fxionsiro, many farm- jler of Ihe entry of the Dolshevik! into ers losing fields of grain. Persia.. Bolshevik! Busy PARIS, June Bolshevlkl ary rapidly extending their operations In Persia, according to advices, re- ceived by tho French foreign office j day. Teheran, the capital, is threat- ened and In danger of falling into tho haiids of the Bolshevik! in two or three lays, should they, attack, it is declar- ed. The Persian government is organ-1 izing resistance to the Rolshcvlkl men- ace] I The British, the. advices slates, have retired to 50 miles south of I The marriage' p( Walker P. Inmau, stepson', of 'Jnmes li. Duke, multi- millionaire, nnd Mrs. Garnet llelou Clarke, former wife ot a song writer, is announced. Ihe speaker's plalform and announc- ed Ihftt a unanimous agreement had been reached by the fiub-commltlee which union uf Ihe party and victory in November. Mr. MeCormlck presented.a motion tor a recess until 4 o'clock, hut there was a roar.c-Xayas aiid noes from lho delegates and galleries, and Chairman I.oJgo was compelled lo'. call for a standing vole on whfcb ho decided lhat "lho majority wanted-the recess. IF you are not already using Blue Ribbon Baking .Powder in your home, we would like you If you are eager to improve your baking, select now the. best family baking powder, and stick to it. Blue Ribbon Baking Powder maintains unfalteringly its high stand- 1 ard of quality, its goodness never lessens, each tin .contains baking powder that will act like the last tin, and give you splendid it. TO BUY YOUR FROM J. A. 426 13TH STREET N. FREE DELIVERY PHONE 13M Hour, with grocery orders, 98s, -19s, Sugar, with grocery orders, 20 Ibs. Send ua your u-eokly groi'Pry atnl lake of lin so prices. Brookfield Butter, per lb.................. 65c Swift's Urd, 3s, 5s, 10s Finest Ontario Cheese, per lb...............35c St. Charles' Milk, per tin................ 15c Sherriff's Jelly Powders, 2 for............25c Fresh Rhubarb, 3 for..................25c Wheat, a very fine lot just in, per 100 Given. Ihe proper staffs, mighl he summed up ns saying, the Board of Commerce will undertake to deal with anything from a continent-wide combine in restraint of irade, to a corner-grocer profiteer. The report states that the civil ser- vice regulations enacted November 10, last, have operated to seriously impair the success and' usefulness the board, and eventually they will destroy the hoard. Asking !hal the hoard he restored to the position it occupied when the present commis- sioners look office, the board states that it has nol yet been permitted even effectively lo commence opera- tion. The hoard was' created in tho interest of the consumer primarily, tho report says, and it Is pre- pared to guard alike the inleresls of the manufacturer, wholesaler, retail- er or consumer, it has always clearly recognized that paramount lion must he given to the interests of j the consumer. I "The board has not-tried to. please." the report says. "It" has merely, tried [to pertorm its duty. Iu that perform- ance it is nware thai it has made nuny powerful enemies." "Certain Interests' .Busy "The board has no regret. The pre- -sunt commissioners have no intention ef amendment. The hoard's duty is lo execute "the law, whether well or ill-conceived, which .has been deliver- ed to it for execution. It is said'that certain interests demand the abolition of Ihe hoard. From the personal standpoint thy commissioners are to- tally unconcerned whether the hoard or shall not ho continued. "If the hoard he continued and this j present commissioners remntn In of- I (ice, they will endeavor to execute Iheir duties guided hy the principles which previously actuated fliem nnd which are here sol forth, nul they would again point out that to .itlemut lo conlinue to operate this hoard un- der the conditions which have prevail- ed since November 10, would be futile. "Wherefore, the hoard rrtjuesls an early conference with llic governor- Sdiioral-in-coiinril as lo the mode of opcTMinjf 1he Hriiini of Commerce for tile future, if fll 'all. The present com- missioners desire lo settle Ihe ritifis- l lion of their respective futures." MRS, McKlftNEY'S SON IS HONORED BY McGIUL Rcsht, under Bolshevikl pressure. .Illlir .McCill] ,lmnc.< Will.mi H.Kc, a .-on of l.nuisc Mi'Kh.noy. .M. I. A. II.- has flutif: vahlfibl" '.york in otinneriion uith llic of sliiilt-. find hflil ;i rc'KL'iircli fellowship .u lai-t yc.ir. "J in- nf tliiclur tjf physiohigy oiiftrrtnl on Willinm M.SIC.. llf Aih'-rlH. Khll iirplialls. TO GET THE MONEY When anybody needs the money and has something to sell, they will take a pretty low price for it. It's the same with us. Our prices are cut to pieces simply be cause we need the money, and men this is NO "BUNK" SALE, I need the money and you the clothes and at these prices you cannot afford to .let slip by. _____ j fur ll Ti-licvn niul I'lidu- ,.llv In-aii tli-! skiii l.'.x In Ir'c- II tun i binji.ilikjln, lutrs I; I Suit Special We have gathered together 100 Men's Suits in all colors and styles. They, sell regularly to Money Raising Sale Price, No Tax, to clear' __ Regular to Money Raising to Straw Hats Summer Weight Combinations tegular. Sale Men's Hose Colors White, black, grey, brown. Regular to Work Shirts Regular to to 315 F i f t h S t r e e t South ;